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1176 Main Street
Fairfax, VT 05454
Phone: 802-849-6261
Fax: 802-849-6262
Andrew Czeck

Andrew Robert Czeck

Saturday, November 4th, 1972 - Saturday, August 1st, 2020
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Andrew, age 47, passed away, Saturday, August 1, 2020 at his home in Jeffersonville. Andrew was born November 4th, 1972 in Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania to Jean Marie Cantrill and Peter Czeck.

Andrew attended St. Joseph’s Preparatory School in Philadelphia and upon graduation from high school, traveled and lived in Colorado, Rhode Island, settling in Vermont. Andrew was a man of great passion and poured soul into his work. In the kitchen, Andrew surprised his guests with such delights as foie gras, salpicon, poached chicken with champagne grapefruit vinaigrette, baked bread and pastries; he took no shortcuts. He attended New England Culinary Institute and worked as a chef at restaurants such as Leunigs, The Mist Grill, and Edson Hill Manor. After helping local food producers at Vermont Food Venture Center with cooking and copacking, he discovered his ability to fix anything including the kitchen appliances. That led him to pursue his electrical license and he joined the IBEW, finishing their program as Apprentice of the Year. As an electrician he worked for Sherwin, Peck and Copley Hospital. He loved to solve puzzles and work with his hands. One of his civic pleasures was climbing the clock tower in Fletcher at the Binghamville United Methodist Church and winding the clock. His hand carved, solid body maple guitar, with walnut inlay was his prized possession. He sanded and smoothed it to perfection in the style of Jerry Garcia’s guitars. He loved the night and listening to music by a fire. He also enjoyed riding his motorcycle; opening up the throttle on curving Vermont roads, and taking in the scenery. Above all, Andrew adored his family. His children, Olivia and Jonah, were everything to him. He always found ways to laugh and have fun with them, sharing and passing along his creativity and passions. He will be sorely missed by all who knew and loved him.

He is survived by: Spouse Heather Pilkington, Mother: Jean Marie Cantrill, Father: Peter Czeck (step mother: Paula Wagner, stepfather: John Cantrill), Grandfather: Frank Grandizio, God Mother: Francis Crippen, Son: Jonah Czeck, Daughter: Olivia Czeck, Brother Stephen Czeck and his spouse Michael Reibling, Step sisters: Emily Cantrill, Kate Cantrill, Christina Cantrill and many Aunts, Uncles and Cousins

A private graveside service and Inurnment will take place Friday, 8/14/2020, in the family lot in Binghamville Cemetery.

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A private graveside service and Inurnment will take place Friday, 8/14/2020, in the family lot in Binghamville Cemetery.

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Joanna Mangold

Posted at 04:00pm
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Danielle Bombardier

Posted at 11:44am
Andrew made the daily grind bearable - even fun!! He always had a smile, words of encouragement, and endless conversation .As an electrician and my instructor, he taught me a thing or two over the years. Most of the time he was showing me the right way to do something, but there were those times we were learning from an infamous Andrew move (definitely tighten those couplings!). Always moving quickly, getting sh** done, occasional pieces to be picked up along the way. But hey, that's what apprentices are for. On a personal level, I feel grateful that i got to know Andrew. He was one of those rare folks who cared and listened. He made me laugh and think and create. I am saddened by the loss of his energy in this world, but I know he will live on within every person who knew him.
JW

Jenny Woodman

Posted at 01:44pm
I am deeply sorry for your family's loss. I met Andy at a Prep mixer our freshman year. I know we "liked" each other a lot, but we were so young and awkward that we became friends instead of dating. I remember talking every night, probably about whatever song was on the radio. We daydreamed about traveling the world and joked that we could get married (after we'd seen all the cool stuff) and have a kid we would name Rain...Rain Czeck. I only have one photo of Andy with his braces and sweet smile, but Eve (Greenspan) Brannon had a photo of the two of them at our sophomore dance at Girls High, and one of him his Mom (who I adored).

We lost touch by the end of high school, but I've never heard Box of Rain or Ripple and not thought of him. It looks like he lived a good life and was much-loved, which is to be expected for such a wonderful soul. Rest in peace dear friend. - Jenny (Holcomb) Woodman
 
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Heather Pilkington Posted at 09:01pm

Thank you so much, Jenny for sharing your memories and these photos. He looks EXACTLY like my son, who is 17. I can't get over it. I too, will never hear Jerry without thinking of him and the love for music we shared. He lives on in the music and in these great memories. Peace
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Steven William True

Posted at 04:17pm
Andrew was one of the very best friends I have ever had. I loved him like family and the world is smaller without him. Olivia, Jonah - I haven't had the pleasure of meeting you two, but let me tell you your Dad was an amazing man and I am sure you carry a big part of him around in you. I am so very sorry for your loss. I loved him very much.
 
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Heather Pilkington Posted at 09:02pm

Oh Steve! Thank you for your words and he loved you like a brother. Much love, Heather
 
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Heather Pilkington Posted at 09:02pm

Oh Steve! Thank you for your words and he loved you like a brother. Much love, Heather
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Brian Norder

Posted at 09:42am
Andrew was such a talented man who lit up the room when he entered. So sad, deep condolences to Heather, Olivia, Jonah and his family.
 
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Heather Pilkington Posted at 09:04pm

He learned a lot from you and there were many great times shared at the VT food venture center. Thank you for reaching out. Peace
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